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IT'S EASY! The Friend Strong Musical in Broadway IT'S EASY! THE FRIEND STRONG MUSICAL
Mountain View High School Stage
The Virginia premier of the 8x Broadway World Award-Winning "IT'S EASY! The Friend Strong Musical" (including BEST MUSICAL, Westchester/Rockland, NY 2017) takes the stage at Mountain View High School in Stafford, Virginia, September 20th, 21st and 22nd at 7pm, produced by Mariah's Music & Arts. "A positive message about the importance of friendship in a musical aimed at keeping bullying out of school... Tackles what it's like to be your average middle school student... social media, friendship, and of course what can happen when people struggle to fit in." ~ VIOS 1 NEWS, NJ Book by January Akselrad and Jennifer Young Music & Lyrics by January Akselrad Musical arrangements by Stephen Ferri and Andrew Fox DIRECTED/PRODUCED BY MARIAH SNOW CHOREOGRAPHY BY KAREN LAWS, MARIAH SNOW, MICHELLE MCNUTT, STAR SPANN KAREN LAWS, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR ERIC HOKANSON, TECHNICAL LEAD Mariah's Music & Arts is excited to be presenting the first licensed production of this new anti-bullying musical through special arrangement with educational theater company, See The Wish, NY. ( SHOW SYNOPSIS... “It’s Easy!” takes place at Goodwin Middle School where bullies make life miserable, bystanders “look the other way” and victims are many. 6th grader, Jed Travis, just wants to find the courage to speak up. Stacey Emerson just wants to know why her best friend dumped her for the girls that she hates. And Ricky Palmer? He just wants to disappear. Just as the day couldn’t get any worse, a kind custodian with a time travel app helps Jed. Together, with one unwitting cyber-bully, they see that their futures, and the lives of others, depend on what they say or do, at every moment… is it too late to change the heartbreaking fate of one bullied classmate? Not if it’s up to Jed! The future is always changing. 90-minute musical features an ensemble cast of 25 youths, 10 adults and a special cameo role by Officer Deuntay Diggs - “The Dancing Deputy”. Fun Fact:The national Be-A-Friend Project carries the "speak up, reach out and be a friend" message of "It's Easy!" across the country, having delivered over 9,000 letters of peer support to young victims of bullying since the show's workshop debut in 2015, and is woven into the show's storyline. "What was it like seeing the play? Well, one thing was WOW! I was inspired by how friendship can defeat bullying. I literally cried with joy! I loved seeing it. It reversed my heart to be an upstander, not a bystander. It completely changed me!" ~ 5th Grade Audience Member, Main Street School, Irvington, NY (Reflection shared by Principal Joyce Chapnick) For more information about "It's Easy!":
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Sleuth in Broadway SLEUTH
Winchester Little Theatre
Ah, the games that are played when ego and revenge are foremost in a man’s mind. But who will win in this particular cat and mouse game? Remember! No spoilers after you leave the theater!
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Viva VERDI - The Promised End in Broadway VIVA VERDI - THE PROMISED END
The In Series
Verdi’s name became the battle-cry of an entire revolution. Verdi and Shakespeare come together in this season-opener, a unique imagining of the Bard’s King Lear, alongside the composer’s towering Requiem. Heart-stopping melodies and breathtaking choruses reveal Verdi at the moment of his death, weighing fragments of his life and telling the story of Lear. Conductor Paul Leavitt and eight singers distill this music to its fiery spiritual core, as Helen Hayes Awardee Nanna Ingvarsson takes on the title role as directed by Steven Scott Mazzola.
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Fairmount Christian Church

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Engaging Shaw in Broadway ENGAGING SHAW
Best Medicine Rep
The world's most notorious bachelor is about to meet his match! Engaging Shaw is the hilarious true story of Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw's courtship with heiress Charlotte Payne-Townshend. He considered himself the superman. She allowed him to believe it. But can she romance an unromantic man? Written by John Morogiello. Directed by Stan Levin. With Terence Heffernan, Rebecca A. Herron, John Morogiello, and Melissa B. Robinson.
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Arena Stage
This intimate and no-holds-barred drama chronicles Dick Gregory’s rise as the first Black comedian to expose audiences to racial comedy. His comedy spared no one including politicians, celebrities and the white supremacists who were part of his regular audience. In confronting bigotry head-on with biting humor and charm, Gregory turned his activism into an art form, risking his own safety at each performance. “Scorchingly funny and brilliant” (New York Times), Turn Me Loose is an exuberant and raw tribute to Gregory’s life as a civil rights activist, comic genius and unapologetic provocateur.
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